white poppy


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white poppy

see papaversomniferum.
References in classic literature ?
An' th' woman in th' shop threw in a packet o' white poppy an' one o' blue larkspur when I bought th' other seeds.
Phil Quinn, L18 Wear white poppy JOHN BARSTOW'S letter (ECHO Letters, January 16) made me look again at the Royal British Legion's website.
Hence the white poppy movement to acknowledge the continuing loss of life in armed conflicts like Mosul and Raqqa this year, where now 90% of causalities are innocent civilians, and to campaign for swords to be turned into ploughshares.
A WHITE poppy wreath was laid at the War Memorial in Leamington on Remembrance Sunday.
Are white poppies, a symbol of pacifism, an acceptable compromise - or are they, as Chesterfield borough council deemed earlier this month when it refused to let a pro-peace group lay a white poppy wreath at a Remembrance Day ceremony, "inappropriate"?
Those of us who choose to wear a white poppy do so for a number of reasons.
One of my friends appeared (the other day) with a white poppy - the flower of the pacifists.
The daughter of Rock Of Gibraltar appeared to handle the much faster ground well enough, although she ended up closer to the far rail than ideal in the closing stages and failed to hold off the fast-improving White Poppy, who challenged towards the centre of the track.
It's the right of all of us to decide whether or not we wear the red and/or white poppy and to remember the deceased in our own way.
Watching the offensive pantomimes of politicians pretending to want peace unfold on television and radio on November 11 I suddenly felt that there was no way I was simply going to wander around with a white poppy on.
But what about the white poppy made by the Peace Pledge Union?
Kate arrived in Brisbane with Prince William for the fourth day of their tour of Oz wearing a blue and white poppy print LK Bennett frock.